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|6/3/1999 2:06 PM|
|BOB ISAACSON||FANE SPEAKERS|
HAS ANYONE OUT THERE HAD MUCH EXPERIENCE WITH FANE SPEAKERS FOR GUITAR AMPS, IN RELATION TO HOW THEY SOUND AS COMPARED TO CELESTION, EV,
EMINENCE, OR OTHER POPULAR BRANDS?
|6/3/1999 10:28 PM|
The Fane V-30 type speaker is a lot cheaper then the Celestion but doesn't have the snap a real Vintage 30 does.
It's still a very good sounding speaker but a little bit darker sounding too.
No experience with the AlNiCo speaker.
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|6/4/1999 1:47 AM|
I spoke to one of the guys who build the re-issue Hiwatts. They put the Alnico 10's in one of their smaller Booker combos and he said it sounded better than one running with the Vox/Celestion blues.
I've heard neither so I can't really comment. But check these out:
(check out the gorgeous cabinets on the Booker amps)
(follow the links to guitar and sound samples for a comparison of Celestion speakers played by Neville Marten from Guitarist magazine)
|6/4/1999 7:17 AM|
Thanks for the information. Indeed, those Booker cabinets look great, but probably beyond my penny-pinching budget. The only supplier that I've seen so far for Fane is Mojo. I was impressed with the fact that they are available in three different impedances without having to special order them.
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